Sunshine Top In DK

I only had 5 balls of this yarn (need 8 balls to make S size), so I made the body very short. I finished my 4th ball right after the waist lace section. So I used my last ball until it barely covered my belly button. Then the left over yarn I devided into 2 to knit the sleeves. Since not much left, I just directly knit the seed stitch. I used every scrap of yarn. This time, I weave black ribbon on the sleeves.

[CENTER][I][SIZE=2]Pattern: Sunshine Top[/SIZE][/I]
[I][SIZE=2]Materials: Cascade Yarns Pima Melange. Color: Dark Orange C300. Qty: 5 x 50 gram[/SIZE][/I]
[I][SIZE=2]Needles: Addi Metal Circular Needle 3.75 mm[/SIZE][/I]
[I][SIZE=2]Total Cost: Yarn USD 14.5 + Button: Free [/SIZE][/I]
[I][SIZE=2]Start Date: 22 May 2007[/SIZE][/I]
[I][SIZE=2]Finish Date: 3 June 2007 (Only 2 weeks!!) [/SIZE][/I]
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[I][SIZE=2]Thanks for looking![/SIZE][/I][/CENTER]

Very cute! I love all of the interesting details.

:inlove: I love it!

That is SO cute! You did a great job on it!

Again I absolutely :heart: this top! It is definitely a pattern that I’m going to have to pick up as soon as I’m capable and comfortable doing patterns.

Beautiful!

Wow! What a beautiful sweater! I love how you adapted the pattern for the amount of yarn you had on hand. It looks like a great fit too! And the color… :inlove:

Thank you all for the lovely comments

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That is beautiful, and I :heart: the color!

that’s adorable! the ribbons give it that “pop”. nicely done!

Ooohhh … so very, very pretty! I love the detail on the waist & arms…:heart::heart::heart:

Superb job! Great attention to detail. Fits fab!

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Cute - I love the ribbon.